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2-26-2010 @ 2:07PM
ok honestly, what was the point of this article"oh there's something there but you can't go there so don't even try"?
2-26-2010 @ 2:11PM
Because it's a fun fact that will drive the masses mad trying to figure out a way to get there. And before anyone else says "you can't get there, read the post" that doesn't mean that there won't be people trying to get there anyways
2-26-2010 @ 2:14PM
Just like heaven.
2-26-2010 @ 2:16PM
You don't think its even a little fun to know there is a relativly mysterious place out there in the ocean that is really there and you cant get to it? Plus the article has pictures of this mysterious place. You cant get to Mars right now, but its sure cool to look at. Why be a hater? I thought the article was neat.
2-26-2010 @ 2:23PM
It'll save some people looking to get out there again the time. I, for one, was not aware they removed the island from the map. I did get to see it back when it was possible with swimming, pots, and Eagle Eye back in Beta and Vanilla. For me and many others it was an achievement (before achievements).
2-26-2010 @ 2:28PM
Honestly, this was one of the most interesting articles I've seen in a while. I never knew about GM Island!
2-26-2010 @ 3:33PM
Yeah - I love this sort of stuff! I hope they add loads of random out-of-the-way places with Cataclysm, just for the hell of it. With flying mounts there's going to be tons more 'wilderness' to explore, and a few 'hidden' areas would make that even more fun!
2-27-2010 @ 12:07AM
I found it interesting...I'd heard of an island with no name where the GM's were...now I know what it is and who is(n't) there. Makes me wonder about the other things in the game that exist but are "hidden."To the OC (original commenter):I will never understand people who comment like that...sure you have an opinion but what point did it serve? Don't like it, go read the next article...
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